Thursday, January 12, 2006
Man in Our History?
Bush Could Soon Destroy The United States of America
announces more immigration plans
Putting a kinder face on his aggressive
moves against illegal immigration, Gov. Tim Pawlenty on Thursday
unveiled seven proposals designed to encourage legal immigration.
-- "We still want to encourage legal immigration because
we are a country of immigrants," Pawlenty said in a news
release issued as he began a four- city fly- around tour...
for Population Stabilization
Senators to support HR 4437
As you know, the House of Representatives
passed Sensenbrenner's HR 4437 late last year by a vote of 239-182.
While it falls short of what is needed to stem immigration- driven
population growth, it is a major step forward. It will be difficult
to get such a good enforcement bill through the Senate...
-- San Antonio
Inspection On I-35 Results In Big Drug Bust
Devine, Texas -- A routine safety inspection
of an 18-wheeler just south of San Antonio revealed much more
than expected: a large stash of drugs. -- A Department of Public
Safety worker was just doing his job -- stopping trucks for safety
inspections on Interstate 35 just outside Devine...
pleads innocent to running Orange County brothels
Three people pleaded not guilty Tuesday
to running a prostitution ring using women smuggled from Southeast
Asia. -- Duc Tuan Dinh, of Santa Ana; Elaine Hong, and Long Mach
Phan entered pleas in Orange County Superior Court to charges
of pimping and pandering, authorities said.
uniform driver's license law 'nightmare' for states
An anti-terrorism law creating a national
standard for all driver's licenses by 2008 isn't just upsetting
civil libertarians and immigration rights activists. -- State
motor vehicle officials nationwide who will have to carry out
the Real ID Act say its authors grossly underestimated...
Driver Admits Smuggling Aliens
A former driver for the Saudi Embassy
in Washington pleaded guilty Tuesday to smuggling aliens into
the United States. -- Mohamed Abdel Wahab Yakoub admitted he
used Saudi Embassy letterhead to obtain diplomatic visas from
U.S. embassies for several Egyptians and Filipinos.
wants schools to keep track of illegals
State Representative Jim Welker, R-Loveland,
introduced a bill on the first day of session that, if passed,
would force schools to ask all students when they register for
school if they are legal U.S. citizens. -- Students could prove
their citizenship by showing a birth certificate or social security
President Bush continues to do a heckuva
job installing unqualified cronies in key government posts. Even
though the Michael Brown debacle at FEMA is still good for a
few laughs on the Leno and Letterman shows, Bush may inject new
life into late night TV monologues with his recent appointment
of Ellen Sauerbrey...
for a border fence spark anger among Mexicans
Countries that claim to be the best of friends
do not normally shoot across their mutual frontier. But on December
30th, an agent of the United States Border Patrol shot dead a
Mexican as he tried to cross the border near San Diego. The patrol
says the shooting was in self-defence, and that the dead man
was a coyote...
Take Cubans' Case to Federal Court
Miami -- A federal judge suggested Thursday
that the U.S. government acted illogically this week when it
sent back 15 Cubans who had landed on an abandoned bridge in
the Florida Keys. -- U.S. District Judge Federico Moreno said
he would not rule immediately on the emergency lawsuit filed
on the Cubans' behalf by an advocacy group...
murder suspect caught in NJ
Midland Park, N.J. (AP) -- A Salvadoran
man accused by authorities of committing a murder in his homeland
was arrested Thursday morning by federal immigration officers
in New Jersey. -- Rene Hugo Mejia Juarez was arrested by members
of ICE's fugitive team.
Patrol nab murder suspect
Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents caught
a California homicide suspect Wednesday morning after they pulled
over a suspicious-looking vehicle driving on Interstate 10 near
Blythe, according to a Border Patrol news release. -- The unidentified
suspect told them he was a Mexican national in the United States
-- Los Angeles
at grand opening of local Home Depot
Burbank, Calif. -- A new Home Depot is
opening in Burbank today, but don't be surprised if you see protestors
there. -- The Burbank City Council required the construction
of a "hiring hall" for temporary
workers... [Joe Turner of Save
Our State appeared on the 11 AM edition of KCBS-TV news today.
He said there would be protests in the near future, but none
emotional debate on immigration bills
Concord, N.H. -- A hearing on a package
of immigration reform bills turned into a long, emotional debate
Wednesday, with bill supporters saying New Hampshire should protect
its borders because the federal government has failed to do so,
and opponents saying the measures amount to intimidation and
defends border proposal
Gov. Janet Napolitano defended her call to deploy
Arizona National Guard troops to the Mexican border Wednesday,
saying the time is right for a greater state role fighting crime
caused by illegal immigration. -- Napolitano unveiled a multipronged
$100 million border security plan in her State of the State Address
Ohio Law Allows Cops to Request ID
Ohio Republican Gov. Bob Taft on Wednesday
signed a bill into law passed by the state legislature with barely
a word of dissent. Supporters of the state's security measure,
which takes effect in 90 days, say it's a tool the state can
use in fighting terrorism.
calls for law enforcement, not fences, to protect border
Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Wednesday
that the federal government isn't doing enough to protect border
residents. -- He said a U.S. House of Representatives proposal
to build a fence along sections of the border was a "silly
idea" that wouldn't stop illegal immigrants or drug traffickers.
[Also see: Propaganda
Flood of illegal immigration out of control
Selma, Ala.-- The flood of illegal immigrants
in America is triple Alabama's population of 4.5 million people
and no one seems to know how to stop it, U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby,
R-Tuscaloosa, said Wednesday. -- "The system is broken,"
Shelby told a large crowd at the St. James Hotel. "It doesn't
Horowitz -- American Spectator
as its name implies, files lawsuits -- lots of them. And the
last thing the group's leaders want to see is someone sitting
on the U.S. Supreme Court predisposed toward making deportations
easier, striking down mandatory bilingual education, or preventing
issuance of driver's licenses as IDs to illegal immigrants...
border comments fuel concern from some Latinos
Gov. Janet Napolitano's tough stance
on border security has drawn praise from advocates of tighter
controls, but has some local Latino leaders concerned. -- Talk
of a strong National Guard presence along the border with Mexico
left Pima County Supervisor Richard Elías wishing she'd
tone down the rhetoric.
Vaticrats Wish You Happy National Migration Week!
In a cathedral near you, open-border-loving
Catholics may be even now celebrating their annual National Migration
Week (January 8-14). The occasion is not as spectacularly colorful
as, say, Groundhog Day (February 2), but it does function as
a handy organizing device for shredding American sovereignty.